Peacock Theatre Aisteoirí na Mainistreach 'Gach Neach Beo' :
Leagan nua-aimseartha dá-theangach ar 'Everyman' le Eamon Morrissey agus Tomás MacAnna [.] Ag oscailt 12 Eanáir (réamhthaispeántais 10 &11) go dtí 21 Eanáir. Gach oíche ar 8.15...Léiriú Tomás MacAnna [.] Feisteas Stáitse - Bronwen Casson [.] Soillsiú - Tony Wakefield [.] Ceol - Peter O'Brien [.]
|Main Creator:||Peacock Theatre (Dublin, Ireland)|
Illustrated poster advertising a bi-lingual production [an adaptation of a 15th century play concerning Death - who is an Irish language speaker, seeking the last Irish speaker in Ireland]. Sheet features a cartoon of Death, grinning while flying through the air, seated on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, wearing a helmet [with skull and crossbones logo on the front of the helmet] and sunglasses, holding aloft of bucket with his right hand. A scythe can be seen, sticking out behind. The title of the play 'Gach Neach Beo', translates from the Irish as 'Every Living Person'
Note: Text printed in Irish on sheet.
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[Dublin : Peacock Theatre, 1984].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet : ill., 43.2 x 28 cm.
Forms part of the Jimmy Bourke Theatre Archive.
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